Designer Scott Thomas created this room for a bachelor who wanted a "stylish place to impress his friends and family and something he could be proud to come home to." He used good quality materials and comfortable furniture to make it chic and livable.
With no place for a traditional home office, designer Scott Thomas was able to make room for a working space in this small condo kitchen. Floating shelves serve as storage and display area without taking up too much space.
This Art Deco-inspired conservatory is designer Scott Thomas' interpretation of a man cave. He gave it a clean, masculine look by using books, brick and adding a little bit of shine. Special transition windows allow the space to go from morning to night without the use of curtains or shades.
Using a minimalistic design style made the kitchen island an easy focal point for the space. Mixing similar colors with various textures keeps the room interesting and the counters clear and functional.
To connect the master bedroom to its bathroom, the two closet doors had to be torn down and gutted to open up the space. This created the opportunity to add the window treatments as dividers, giving the room a dominant pattern.
Designer Scott Thomas sought to capture the glamour of old Hollywood and the Art Deco movement of the '30s in this master bathroom but with a more updated look. The homeowners also wanted a space to display their new Picasso paintings, which fit right in with the design style.
This transitional bachelor pad was kept simple and functional for a clean, warm atmosphere. High-quality materials create a sophisticated feel, while Shoji-style closet doors add an Asian vibe to the space.
Only the best materials were used to create the grand elegance that fills this room. A textured mirror, Carrara marble and custom mahogany cabinets all give the space a refined sophistication.